Stockholm International Film Festival 2020 – Press Shows, Interviews, and Festival On Demand

Press shows will be held this year to a lesser extent due to the epidemic. If, as a certified person for journalism, you do not have the opportunity to attend on-site, the Stockholm Film Festival will, as far as possible, provide you with links to showcase digital journalism. More information on physical press presentations will be announced at the salon during the week.

As a certified journalism teacher, in addition to accessing journalism offers, you’ll also get the chance to complete them Digital interviews. Listed below are available filmmakers, directors, and actors.

New to this year’s festival is our specially designed digital platform Festival on request, Which makes a large number of movies available online via our website. Festival applies upon request Pay Per View From 59 SEK / movieMembership in the Stockholm Film Festival is not a requirement. Listed below are Festival Movies On Demand Available from November 11th 2020.

Winner 2020 (Country of production in brackets)

Isabella Rossellini Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Award 2020

Matteo Garonne Pinocchio (Italy, France, UK) – Stockholm Vision Prize 2020

Vigo Mortenson Falling (Canada, UK) – Stockholm Achievement Award 2020

Filmmakers, directors, and actors available for interviews (The list can be expanded)

Arab Nasser and Tarzan Nasser Gaza Mon Amur (Palestine, France, Qatar, Germany, Portugal)

Ezra Deniz Okay Ghosts (Turkey and Qatar)

Brian Vogel Dissident (United States)

Evidence for sacrifice Berlin Alexanderplatz (Germany, Netherlands, France, Canada)

Christos Nico Apples (Greece, Poland, Slovenia)

Sharia assumption No hard feelings (Germany)

Francois Ozon Summer 85 (France)

Frederick Lewis Hvid & Anders Olholm Shorta (Denmark)

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Hao WuAnd the Weixi ChenAnd the Unknown 76 days (USA)

Henrik Bormann Yung Lean: In My Head (Sweden)

Kamen Califf February (Bulgaria, France)

Mauro Mancini You Won’t Hate (Italy, Poland)

Michael Dweck & Gregory Kershaw The Truffle Hunters (Italy, USA and Greece)

Michelle Franco The New Order (Mexico, France)

Mikael Marciman & Helen Lindholm Search for a killer (Sweden)

Mona Fastfold The World To Come (United States of America)

Nathan Grossman Greta (Sweden)

Susan Lyndon Spring blossom (France)

Opera Pasolini No special place (Italy, Romania, UK)

Victor Kusakovsky Gonda (Norway, USA)

Festival films on demand, available from November 11th (Excluding two short film packages)

76 days Hao Wu, Weixi Chen, Anonymous (USA, 93 minutes)

Bad hair Justin Simian (USA, 115 minutes)

Dinner in America Adam Cartier-Rahmeier (USA, 106 minutes)

February Kamen Kalif (Bulgaria / France 125 min)

ghosts Ezra Deniz Okay (Turkey, Qatar, 90 minutes)

Gonda Victor Kusakovsky (Norway, USA, 93 minutes)

Identifying features Fernanda Valades (Mexico, Spain, 95 minutes)

Memory House Joao Paulo Miranda Maria (Brazil, France, 87 minutes)

my little sister Stéphanie Chuat & Véronique Reymond (Germany, 99 minutes)

No hard feelings Faraz Sharia (Germany, 92 min)

One night in Miami Regina King (USA, 110 minutes)

One of these days Bastian Gunther (USA / Germany, 119 minutes)

remains Natalie Erica James (Australia, USA, 89 minutes)

stray Elizabeth Law (USA, Turkey and Hong Kong, 78 minutes)

Rushes force Anil Karia (UK, 105 minutes)

The man who sold his skin Kawthar Ben Hania (Tunisia, France, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, 104 minutes)

Mole Agent Mighty Papyrus (Chile, 84 minutes)

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Links Daniel Lucetti (Italy, 100 minutes)

Wilderness Ahmad Bahrami (Iran, 102 minutes)

You don’t hate it Mauro Mancini (Italy, Poland – 96 minutes)

Alive Ai Weiwei (Germany / Mexico, 112 minutes)

Please note that the above list is preliminary and subject to change.

Apply for press accreditation for this year’s film festival here:

Read more about films and filmmakers in this year’s program magazine here:

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